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Humboldt City Council member recalled
07/09/2019

(KLZA)-- Humboldt Ward I voters  have recalled Ward I Council Woman Dolores Martinez.

Results of the mail-in recall election were tallied Tuesday afternoon with 93 votes in favor of the recall and 55 against the recall.

Martinez was serving her first term in office, taking the oath of office in 2017.

The recall petition was filed April 3 by Jamie Lynne Dorney and enough signatures were gathered to force the recall election.

Dorney alleged in the petition that Martinez had not acted in the best interest of the City of Humboldt and acted unethically toward city employees, other officials and residents of Humboldt during her time in office.

55.2 percent of the registered voters in Humboldt Ward I cast ballots in the election.

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